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    Out in North Wales today when I stopped for the proverbal flask and butties pit stop ( nice to have a boot ) .....middle of knowhere and a guy comes over to take my photo Asked him to take one of me...and he 'hits the deck' to get the "right angle"

    Top bloke ( it's why I am smiling...couldn't stop laughing )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post

    Then went all Moto Guzzi T3... before selling her to a splendid tosser



    I Thought Outo had bought it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Out in North Wales today when I stopped for the proverbal flask and butties pit stop ( nice to have a boot ) .....middle of knowhere and a guy comes over to take my photo Asked him to take one of me...and he 'hits the deck' to get the "right angle"

    Top bloke ( it's why I am smiling...couldn't stop laughing )

    That looks very much like the lay-by near The Plough Inn on the A525?

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    My tub!

    The bike was born as a BMW R50 in 1957.
    The sidecar is made buy the man in the black&white picture, at his work (a hospital) in 1978.
    All parts in blue, and the sidecar, is plastic, and made different places in Norway and Sweden.
    Wheels from cars; Renault and VW.
    ...and there are a few adjustments!

    I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    ... before selling her to a splendid tosser

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Farmer View Post
    I Thought Outo had bought it?
    I did

    Andres
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    One of the five imbeciles of the vainglorious big swinging dick types of the Harley section

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    K1100 Wanian GP700

    Here's mine, gotta go but no hurry
    I will try and find a pic of my old 80/7
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    I've managed to find a few old photos............

    ...........of some of the outfits I've run over the years. One notable missing bike was an XS1100/Gemini double adult. The bike and sidecar were covered in black and white vinyl and she was nicknamed Orca - probably just as well I have no pictures

    My first outfit; GS400/Velorex when I first got it:





    and after the can of matt black came out:



    My XS2 hardtail/Squire ST2 I built to get married on:







    As shown in the pictures it had a Hagon 750cc kit fitted and MkI Amals. By the time I'd finished with it it had a Halco 840cc kit, flowed head, big valves and MkII Amals and a few styling changes (including drag bars which made it a lot easier to ride). Boy, did it shift and what with the rigid frame is the best handling outfit I have ever ridden, period.

    XS850/Watsonian something (Palma?):





    'Guzzi Overland' T3/Hedingham (More details in this thread HERE)





    And my current T3/Watsonian something (Monza?) bought off some dodgy Scouser from this site



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    Busa outfit

    It's fun
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    Ariel VB & VP sidecar

    Ariel VB in the snow.
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    The Box

    My trusty jawa in the hills of Inishowen choking the sheep with that lovely two stroke aroma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaHotep View Post
    My trusty jawa in the hills of Inishowen choking the sheep with that lovely two stroke aroma.
    How is the midget undertaking business nowadays?

    Musings on bikes, nice watches and general arse over at : http://mmcmusings.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    How is the midget undertaking business nowadays?

    Probably a trade shortly to die out
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    The Box

    He is in the box with the sheep

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    Not mine, but I saw this outfit in Germany last year.
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    Ian.

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    Z1100 Shaft

    One of mine, this was family transport for me my wife and two kids for many years, Z1100 Shaft, happy days.
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